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“It Goes under the Radar!”: Study by Lin Fang, Eunjung Lee and collaborators examine youths’ experiences of anti-Asian racism

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A new study, led by Associate Professor Lin Fang in collaboration with the Hong Fook Mental Health […]

Talk It Out, Work It Out marries mental and physical health in a joint program created and run by U of T social work and kinesiology professors and students

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It’s Friday morning and the Jane/Finch Centre is rocking to the soca groove of Kevin Rougier and […]

New COVID-19 restrictions on flights from China could fuel anti-Asian hate, Lin Fang tells CityNews

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Associate Professor Lin Fang spoke to CityNews about the new COVID-19 restrictions on flights from China. “My […]

Social work professors collaborate with community organizations to explore experiences of anti-Asian racism and develop strategies to address the crisis

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  A few weeks before the pandemic officially began, recent Master of Social Work graduate Kennes Lin […]

Supporting mental wellness in the community: Janis Rotman’s gift to the Talk it Out clinic extends its online counselling support for racialized adults

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  A $150,000 gift from Janis Rotman will enable an online counselling clinic operated by the Factor-Inwentash […]

CBC article highlights how FIFSW social work students are breaking barriers to mental health in marginalized communities

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Associate Professor Lin Fang and MSW student Nikisha Browne were featured in a CBC article on FIFSW’s […]

CityNews speaks to Lin Fang about the toll that anti-Asian racism is having on mental health

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Associate Professor Lin Fang spoke to CityNews about the disturbing rise in anti-Asian racism and the impact […]

Introducing: Talk it Out — a new online clinic supporting marginalized communities hit hard by COVID-19

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Run by Master of Social Work students, FIFSW’s new online clinic addresses the increased need for counselling […]

CTV News and The Varsity interview Lin Fang about rising anti-Asian racism

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Factor-Inwentash Chair in Children’s Mental Health, Associate Professor Lin Fang was interviewed by both CTV News and […]

Keeping Up with COVID-19: A Snapshot of a Year in the GTA


First started in May 2020 amidst the rollout of lockdown measures in the GTA and around Canada, […]